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Ketogenic Diet for Cancer Care
30 April 2020
Let's start by saying: No, keto is not suitable for everyone or for every cancer type. In mainstream media, "keto" has become a bit of a buzz word, particularly for fast weight lo...
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Natural and effective treatment for mucositis
15 April 2020
Oral mucositis is one of the most common side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. It presents as swollen mouth and/or gums, ulcers in the mouth or on the lips, painful swallowing, feelings o...
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Genetic Testing in Cancer Care
8 April 2020
Genes are what make you, you. It is the information passed down from parents to children, to determine things like eye colour, skin tone and height. Under the surface, it also determines all bioc...
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What is Lymphoedema?
1 April 2020
Lymphoedema is a chronic condition where there is an excessive build-up of protein rich fluid in a part of the lymphatic system, which causes localised swelling. Lymphoedema can occur as a result...
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A letter to our community
26 March 2020
Dear MIOG Community. Well there goes another week where the themes are physical distancing, anxiety and uncertainty. It can be very stressful time for oncology patients, especially with treatme...
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Immune boosting tips
19 March 2020
Whilst there are no magic pills you can take to protect yourself from getting sick, there are a number of things you can do to support the strength of your immune system and body's ability to m...

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The Ripple Effects of Cancer

Posted by MIOG support team on 30 April 2021
The Ripple Effects of Cancer
Coping with the diagnosis and treatment of cancer ripples out to those close to the person managing their illness....
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